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Thursday, 17 March 2011

Kate Bush - Sat In Your Lap

'Sat in Your Lap' is a song by the British singer Kate Bush. It was the first single to be released from her fourth album The Dreaming, though it was issued 15 months prior to the album which was nowhere near completion at that time. The single peaked at n Number 11 in the UK Singles Chart.

The lyrics of the song deal with humanity's endless search for knowledge, which is often limited by unwillingness to devote the effort necessary to attain it. Musically, it was faster and more percussive than Bush's previous releases.

Kate Bush stated in an early interview that the single version was remixed slightly for inclusion on The Dreaming. The vocals were raised higher and the backing track altered to fit in better with the overall feel of the album.

The demo version of 'Sat in Your Lap' contains an extra verse at the start which was later cut out of the song. As with subsequent singles from the album, a 12 inch single was planned but was eventually withdrawn.

The B-side to the single was a cover version (Bush's first) of 'Lord of the Reedy River' by Donovan.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
Lord Of The Reedy River - B-Side


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